. . . to horsemanship (or lack thereof).
Music. . .
. . .to Mammals.
Astronomy. . .
. . . to Anatomy.
More than 4000 copies of the first edition of the Encyclopédie were printed in large folio format– a very large print run for an expensive book in the 18th century. Nearly half of the first edition went to subscribers outside of France, in other parts of Europe and North America. The Encyclopédie was reprinted in smaller, cheaper editions that proved equally popular. Many copies still exist in libraries throughout the world, providing countless readers with a direct link to the 18th century Enlightenment.
ZSR Library’s complete first edition was purchased with funds endowed by George W. Paschal, Jr.
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